The Weavers of Paths: Book Three of The Masters That Be

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Heartened by their Stratagem success, Linden and Rianor are preparing for war. In one of Mierber's less savory neighborhoods, Dominick is about to take the Order of the Mother to Balkaene despite his hatred towards the place. Besides, in old Darius's tower and in the Firemind, Merley is making hard choices that she knows will change the whole world. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 90,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465889669
About Lynna Merrill

Lynna Merrill was accused at an early age that she lived in a world of her own. Since then she has changed the country, continent, and language—but she still lives in worlds of her own. As a result she is the author of the young adult dystopian novel "Unnaturals" and the fantasy series "The Masters That Be" ("The Seekers of Fire", "The Makers of Light", "The Weavers of Paths").

In the real world Lynna has a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the Ohio State University and works in the software industry. She has participated in various open source software projects and writes her books using VIM and LaTeX. She also makes her own cover and interior art.

Lynna is interested in books (of course), computers, and “what if” questions. She lives on the southern shore of lake Ontario with her husband and soulmate, Alex.

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Review by: Rachel Cotterill on Jan. 20, 2012 :
This is the third in the Masters That Be series, so it's hard to know what to say without spoiling the earlier books. It wouldn't make sense if you started reading in the middle of the series - these books really don't stand alone - so it's probably enough to say that if you enjoyed the earlier books, this one continues in a similar vein. We are gradually given insights into the motivations of more characters, and people are starting to come together in unexpected ways. I can't wait for the next in the series.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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